The Hen HouseeBook - 2014
Once a frontier saloon girl, Leticia Murphy Potter is now happily married, and her husband, Eulis, couldn't be more overjoyed to call her his wife. The happy couple have become upstanding citizens of Denver City, and have just begun to build a home there together.
But Letty's trials and tribulations aren't over, and trouble is brewing just over the horizon. Just when she believes her life couldn't possibly get better, it begins to get worse. Soon Letty and Eulis must work together to overcome new threats--both to their well-being and to their relationship.
The third in Sharon Sala's best-selling Whippoorwill trilogy, The Hen House continues the breathtaking saga of Letty and Eulis, with shocking twists in the tale that will leave you wanting more.
Edwin Mellen Pr
The last of the trilogy finds the couple in Colorado in the late 1800’s. In WHIPPOORWILL, Letty Murphy had come to Denver City a single woman, although she’d gone through more hell in her twenty-nine years than she would have ever thought possible. She’d nearly starved as a child and had sold herself to a man for money before she’d even managed to grow breasts. But that was before she and Eulis had traveled to Denver City, survived a buffalo stampede, a smallpox epidemic, an attack from a half-starved wolf, discovered gold, and gotten married in THE AMEN TRAIL.
Letty Murphy Potter has everything she ever dreamed of and more. No more saloons. No more drunk men vying for her favors. No more nights wondering if she'll have enough food to survive.After finding gold in Denver City, she and Eulis are rolling in money, and Eulis Potter, who had his own demons to demolish, is proud to call Letty his wife. They have the respect of the citizens of Denver City and the beginnings of a fine home on a hill overlooking the growing city below.But life isn't through with Letty. It's still waiting to deliver a blow to her soul, just to remind her she's not really in charge. It's what Letty does afterward that creates the legend she becomes.